Our History

Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church

In February of 1912, PHUMC began as a Sunday School while women of the church raised money for the church building. On July 21, 1912, the cornerstone for Pulaski Heights UMC was laid. Since that time, the church has grown steadily in membership, but our dedication to our “Hillcrest” roots has never wavered. We moved into our current building on Christmas Eve, 1950 and have been expanding ever since. In 1966, we began televising our church services statewide and have continued to expand that ministry. We are the only United Methodist Church with a state-wide television audience on Sunday mornings.

PHUMC is dedicated to being a connectional and teaching United Methodist Church through our Raney Series (1951), hundreds of service and learning trips over the years, the RoundTable podcast, and empowering numerous men and women to go into ministry. We are a vibrant, thoughtful, and compassionate church who seeks to welcome all to warmly engage and boldly love Christ and each other